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Injunctions

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  • In a tweet: Damages and injunctions in deceit, harassment and privacy breach claims Judgment, 11/04/2018, free
  • In a tweet: Non-mol order can be made to supplement an injunction made under inherent jurisdiction Judgment, 19/01/2018, free
  • Reminder that applications for freezing orders must be made to the Family Court at district judge level, unless the criteria in the Efficiency Statement justify it being heard at High Court judge level. The criteria in this case were not met, because, in effect, the applicant had already frozen the property by the imposition of his home rights charge. Judgment, 01/08/2017, free
  • Substantive return date for the court's consideration of freezing and asset preservation orders obtained by the wife in respect of companies where the husband was the sole director and shareholder. The hearing was adjourned while a valuation of the companies was completed. Judgment, 08/03/2016, free
  • H had obtained a freezing injunction to prevent W and their son from carrying out their duties as directors of 2 companies. The application was urgent because the H had evidence that included an attempt by W and the son "to obtain immediate access to, and control of, company bank accounts [which] had to be viewed in the context of the earlier attempt to hide £12 million of matrimonial funds". The court refused a continuation of the freezing order, instead holding that a 'moratorium agreement' should continue, on the basis that W and son give formal undertakings to the court. Judgment, 16/10/2015, free

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